Polarised sunglasses: Elements - Loch - SQU

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  • Inspired the enigmatic tones of Scottish loch-water, this rectangle sunglasses style is equally angular as it is assertive. Your understate confidence will emit from the pronounced nose-bridge and linear detailing, making for a punchy pair of square polarised sunglasses. Handmade to a slightly larger fit, these square sunglasses provides ample lens area for the premium polarised lenses held securely within. Which is just as well, as these polarised lenses are our best yet. Elevating your view to a whole new level, the in-built lens polarisers give superior clarity and superior definition of your journey ahead. Your summer adventures have never looked so good, from either side of the lens.

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Details

Designed and manufactured in house, Glasgow, UK.

Precision machined from premium Italian acetate.

Fitted with premium polarised sunlenses. UVA, UVB and UVC protective.

Rotationally polished to ensure a high quality surface finish.

Hypoallergenic unipiece temples/arms.

Fixed using stainless steel rivets with five barrel hinges.

1 yr manufacturer warranty.
Square Polarised sunglasses Frame side view

Eyewear Inspired by elements of Scotland

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Loch /lɒk,lɒx/ Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Scotland


This name for a body of water is Insular Celtic in origin and is applied to most lakes in Scotland and to many sea inlets in the west and north of Scotland. With more than 31,460 freshwater lochs in Scotland, these enigmatic and beautiful scenes are a common and historically rich source of Scottish folklore and mythology.